Sa Calobra Express

Fancy riding a PB with fresh legs?

If you wish to ride the world class Sa Calobra climb with fresh legs, or simply as a way to be able to explore more of Mallorca, we transport you from Alcudia, Port Pollença, Can Picafort and Playa de Muro to the gateway of this world famous climb so that you can descend the serpentine road to the Port before climbing the famous Coll dels Reis then riding back to where you are staying. Bus Out. Bike Back.

The Sa Calobra Express takes you from Can Picafort; Alcudia; Playa de Muro and Port Pollenca to the aqueduct at the base of the Col dels Reis (the junction of the ma-10 and the ma-2141), the gateway to Sa Calobra. Advance booking essential as we have limited seats.

Fancy a Sa Calobra t-shirt once you have completed the climb? Ladies shirts here and mens shirts here.

Suggested return routes are below, including some with the additional brilliant and tranquil Cala Tuent road, which add another 10km and 334m climbing to an already amazing climb.

Sa Calobra back to Port Pollenca via the Col de Sa Bataia

70km with 1300m of climbing

Climb the Col dels Reis from the orange juice shack (2.5km @ 6%), then descend before ascending the twisty and world famous Sa Calobra climb. Return along the ma-10 and the beautiful twisty Coll de Sa Bataia into Caimari then take the lanes back to the coast.
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Aqueduct to Sa Calobra to Pollenca via the Col de Femenia

60km with 1200m of climbing

The shortest return route to Port Pollenca after climbing Sa Calobra. Climb the Coll dels Reis from the orange juice shack (2.5km @ 6%), then descend to Port Sa Calobra before ascending the twisty and world famous Sa Calobra climb back to the summit of the Coll dels Reis. Return along the undulating ma-10 and descend via the speedy Col de Femenia into old town Pollenca.

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Sa Calobra, Coll de Sóller and the Orient Valley

130km with 2800m of climbing

Take the Sa Calobra Express to the aqueduct at the base of the Coll dels Reis. Ride up to the summit, wind the 10 beautiful kilometres down to the Port of Sa Calobra before climbing back to the top to complete the famed Sa Calobra climb.

Continue up the short side of Mallorca’s highest mountain, Puig Major before sailing 15km down into the old town of Sóller. Begin the 28 hairpins up the Coll de Sóller, stop the summit for refreshments at Ca’n Topa followed by another 26 hairpins descending into Bunyola, then cut through a tranquil valley and climb the Coll d’Orient, through the Orient Valley and out via the Coll d’Honor. Memory making. Back through the lanes to Port Pollenca or Alcudia.

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OJ Shack – Sa Calobra -Cala Tuent – Coll de Femenia – Port de Pollensa

70km with 1600m of climbing

Take the Sa Calobra Express to the aqueduct at the base of the Coll dels Reis. Ride up to the summit, wind the 10 beautiful kilometres down to the Port of Sa Calobra before climbing back to the top of Coll dels Reis via the tranquil Cala Tuent (additional 10km) to complete the famed Sa Calobra climb.

Return via the brilliant sweeping downhill of Coll de Femenia into old town Pollenca and then onto your accommodation in Port de Pollenca; Alcudia; Can Picafort etc.

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OJ Shack – Sa Calobra – Cala Tuent – Coll de Sa Bataia – Campanet – Port de Pollensa

80km with 1700m of climbing

Take the Sa Calobra Express to the aqueduct at the base of the Coll dels Reis. Ride up to the summit, wind the 10 beautiful kilometres down to the Port of Sa Calobra before climbing back to the top of Coll dels Reis via the tranquil Cala Tuent (additional 10km) to complete the famed Sa Calobra climb.

Return via the brilliant sweeping downhill of Coll de Sa Bataia into Campanet and then through the lanes onto your accommodation in Port de Pollenca; Alcudia; Can Picafort etc.

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Sa Calobra Express – Sa Calobra – Cala Tuent – Puig Major – Coll de Soller – Orient Valley – Alaro – Port de Pollensa

140km with 3000m of climbing

Take the Sa Calobra Express to the aqueduct at the base of the Coll dels Reis. Ride up to the summit, wind the 10 beautiful kilometres down to the Port of Sa Calobra before climbing back to the top to complete the famed Sa Calobra climb via the tranquil addition of Cala Tuent (additional 10km).

Continue up the short side of Mallorca’s highest mountain, Puig Major before sailing 15km down into the old town of Sóller. Begin the 28 hairpins up the Coll de Sóller, stop the summit for refreshments at Ca’n Topa followed by another 26 hairpins descending into Bunyola, then cut through a tranquil valley and climb the Coll d’Orient, through the Orient Valley and out via the Coll d’Honor. Memory making. Back through the lanes to Port Pollenca or Alcudia.

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The making of the Sa Calobra road The 12 km stretch of road up from Port Sa Calobra, over the top of Col dels Reis (682m) and down to the aqueduct is reason enough to come cycling in Mallorca. Featuring in most peoples top 10 climbs in the world it is, for a road cyclist, a must do. The scenery is spellbinding and the ride is literally breathtaking. The road, (with an average gradient of 7% was built in read more…